A BGC Food Tour For Passionate Stomachs

Trying different variety of foods in a day will definitely challenge a food enthusiast and a blogger like me. I was invited to join in a different kind of tour which is the BGC EATS headed by Chef JJ Yulo. Okay, what is BGC EATS all about? It is actually an adventure of learning and eating experience by riding the BGC Bus and walking tour around the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. There will be a four (4) restaurant to visit and tried their foods and there will be four tour dates and not one of them is the same and of course with four different experts who joined the tour.

I was able to join the last tour which is called the Healthy Eats with Denise Celdran, I was a little hesitant because I know that she is the Edgy Veggie CafĂ© owner and she likes eating veggie more but she says “Carnivores need not to be afraid.”

Well as they said, eating is the best thing that you can do on earth. Savor the fantastic tastes of different healthy foods is definitely awesome. Did I say healthy foods?

Actually, you will never go wrong as always in eating good food. When I say good food, it’s the healthy one that you can order in a restaurant and dinning-in with family and friends. Why not? Because eating well doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a meal. As a matter of fact, and one thing I learned from Denise Celdran is how to eat healthy in a restaurant when you dine-in. She said, it’s just a matter of your food choices. Make your plate colorful, it can help you to eat healthy.

Our first stop is the SALO. SALO is located at the Fort Food Strip, BGC. We tried their tokwa’t baboy, adobong kangkong, kamote chips, and their rice bowl meals. The tuyo flakes and the kamote chips that they served are really good.

Second stop is the Yummy Soy, where you can have great desserts and drinks made of soya, I tried their chilled beancurd in dark chocolate flavor. It melts in the mouth and you will not taste the soya at all.

Next is the SUZHOU, they offer Eastern Chinese Cuisine. They served us the pancake with spring onions, special xiao long bao, kuchay and pork dumplings, sour and spicy soup, stir-fried noodles, and fortune cookies.

We are suppose to be on the last stop but fortunately it’s not because after PHAT PHO, a Vietnamese kitchen where we tried the rice paper roll-goi cuion, chicken satay and their very refreshing kalamansi juice, we go to what they called a secret place in BGC which called CRISP on 28th

CRISP on 28th is the best of the entire restaurant that we have been to, not just because of one of the owners who is Erwan Heusaff but simply because they served a totally feast. I droll over the brownies, cookies and donuts they put on our table while their plated Filipino breakfast foods is really amazing.
I have a fantastic experience with BGC EATS food tour and if ever I will be invited again to this kind of food tour, I will definitely say YES because experiencing this kind of tour for you will not only discover good place to eat but also good friends to meet.

For more details about the BGC EATS, please contact Martha Asuncion at martha.asuncion@artsatbgc.org or call 8183601 loc. 3207 and Like their Facebook page at BonifacioGlobalCityPH.

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